After months of patient waiting and little change, CEO confidence is showing signs of faltering amid a cascade of...
Donald Trump is moving to upend or at least radically alter the North American Free Trade Agreement.
Frustrated with stalled efforts in Congress to repeal Obamacare, President Trump moved forward this week with executive orders aimed at shaking up the existing system
Connecting the work your employees do to a greater cause mobilizes people to take constructive action in ways that deliver benefits far beyond the walls of your company.
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Proctor & Gamble shareholders narrowly voted to deny activist investor and CEO of Trian Fund Management Nelson Peltz a seat on the company’s board of directors this week, a move that could send a message to minority investors looking to force proxy contests at big corporations in the future.
Directors, who have one foot in and one foot outside the culture, are in the most reliable position to monitor how the organization’s stated values align with actual incentives and performance, the latest NACD report says.
The idea of creating a cybersecurity Centers for Disease Control focused on gathering information and disseminating advice has been around for years, but the government can only do so much.
Culture is what happens when people aren’t looking. And a company’s culture exists regardless of whether management makes a conscious effort to shape it.
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Learn how The Chocolate Pizza Co. owner Ryan Novak takes valuable lessons learned on the football field into the business world.
Allegations surrounding his sexual misconduct forced The Weinstein Co.’s board to fire co-founder and CEO Harvey Weinstein, but that won’t stop the questions—or the lawsuits—from coming.
Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein weighs in on the company’s role in the financial crisis, how to improve corporate governance, and dealing with the firm’s reputation in a decidedly anti-business environment in this Q&A with Jeffrey Cunningham.
Leading a spin-off can be like running a new company. While the operations end may seem as simple as breaking off a division, the C-suite must often create an entirely new brand and face mountains of legal work.